Sub-artctic temperatures aren’t keeping the little ones down this winter. We’re gearing up for the final month of preschool before these wonderful kiddos graduate to the first grade. What am I going to do without all these toothless hooligans?
Admittedly, Halloween in Korea is nothing like in the States. Traditionally, Halloween is not celebrated in Korea. However, with such a large population of foreigners (there are over 1 million of us in Seoul) we do more than an adequate job of getting down with… Read More
Chuseok is a Korean holiday that celebrates the largest harvest of the year, similar to American Thanksgiving. For preschool, we dressed up in Hanbok, traditional Korean clothes, made songpyeon and played Yute, a traditional Korean game. The babes looked so adorable in their hanbok, don’t you think? Side note:… Read More
Every other month, we have a blowout preschool birthday party to celebrate the birthdays of the little babes o’ the month. Every student brings a gift for the special birthday nuggets and they have a big gift exchange. The birthday students leave with heaping bags… Read More